Creating a Dimensional Scene
Posted on March 22 2019
Hello my fabulously creative friends!
Kassi here with you. Creating a scene for your cards doesn't have to be hard, or require fabulous marker skills. The Super Scene die set from LDRS Creative makes creating scenes easy!
Let's take a look at how this scene was made...
LDRS Creative Shopping List
Super Scenes die
Ruby Pretty Cute stamp
Swimming Hole ink
Let's start by making a stencil... Die cut the cloud border from Super Scenes out of card stock.
To make our cloud background, lay your stencil on your base panel, and sponge ink over the edge. Start on the mask and brush the ink off the edge using a sweeping motion. Once you have gone across your whole stencil, you can move it down to create the next row of clouds. Start at the top of your panel, and work your way down. You can flip your stencil over and use the reverse side as well to give more variety to your clouds
To create the telescoping dimension, cut 2 more panels the same size as your card front. From the center of one, die cut the larges oval from Woodland Foliage Frames, and from the second one die cut the smaller oval from the same set.
Sponge clouds onto both window panels using the same technique we used on the base panel.
Next we are going to cut some grass... I think I used about 15 grass pieces. You can cut it out of green cardstock if you want, but for added texture and dimension, I like to use white cardstock, and color it with markers...
It's time to start assembling!
We are going to start in the back and work our way forward... So stack up all your panels, and glue your first grass piece onto the base panel so it is just poking up above the edge of the first window.
Next we can add grass to that first widow panel (the smaller oval). Use the other window panel to figure out how much grass is needed. Feel free to cut pieces of grass to a smaller size if needed.
On our final layer, fill the bottom with layers of grass. I used 5 rows of grass just on this panel. I also tucked a fence in on both sides between the second and third row of grass (so there is grass in front of, and behind the fence.
To assemble, stack all your panels together using foam tape. This will give a bit of depth between each layer, and add to the dimension!
Decorate as desired! Ruby fits PERFECTLY in this little scene!!
She is all dressed up and ready for spring!
The finished dimension on this card is incredible!!!
And check back here tomorrow for another incredible project!